We’re talking about kitchen essentials, and sharing everything we’re cookin’ with this summer.
The worst part of this whole kitchen thing, cleaning. Try using beautiful scrubs and brushes so your chores will look pretty at least! Cute soaps, hand towels help too.
We love to make our fresh snacks and ingredients into decor. Try using bowls and cutting boards to display and store fresh produce.
Crocks are really pretty, substantial pieces of decor. We put them to use by storing utensils like spoons and whisks conveniently by the stove.
Create a beautiful and convenient mini vignette by grouping your favorite cook book with a beautiful butter dish, and a pinch bowl with its coordinating olive oil bottle. Everything you need fits in one tray!
Love this kitchen! What color are the cabinets? Where did the pulls come from? Thanks!!
Yes, agree! I too would like to know the source for the pulls. Could you please share?
This kitchen is absolutely beautiful. Can you comment on the wood and stain used on the island? Are the floors engineered hardwood? So pretty!
Can you give the source of that faucet? Thanks
Are you able to name the source or vendor of the faucet? Much appreciated.
I also love the Kitchen! What color are the cabs please?
Swiss Coffee, Benjamin Moore!
I love everything about this kitchen! I do have a question for you- I’m wanting to do Swiss coffee as well for my new kitchen and doing BM Hale Navy for the island and bar area. My husband wants to do polished chrome pulls everywhere except for bar area and some light fixtures that we will do brass. Do you think the chrome pulls with Swiss coffee will look okay? Sink fixture is polished chrome and old fashioned, sink is apron and white porcelain and back splash is ceramic white subway. Long winded but just wondering what you think! Thanks in advance.
Hi! Would you mind sharing the counter top material/color? Thank you!Marcie
Can you please tell me where you got these pendants? Thank you!
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